- Now supports Windows Vista
- You can now enter today's date and time with the auto-type event. (Suggested
by Ted Taylor)
- Workgroup support added:
- You can now configure to have every users of a PC use a common set of
- You can also have all your networked PCs uses a common set of hotkeys
stored in a network location.
- The following useful hotkeys events are now supported:
- compress (zip up) files. This event allows you to quickly backup your
- copy files
- upload files to your FTP server
- delete files
- trigger mouse actions (Suggested by Bobby Purcell)
- You can now trigger multiple events with a single hotkey.
- You can now backup your hotkeys and restore them at a later time if necessary.
- You can now export useful hotkeys to send to your friends to import into their
- You can now print the hotkey list for reference and preview the output before
- You can now control the following multimedia players:
- Creative MediaSource
- Windows Media Player 9 and 10.
- You can now control volume of more then one PC sound device.
- The full 254 keyboard keys are now supported for advance use. (Suggested by
- Your favorite hotkeys is now easily accessed by clicking on the application's
system tray icon.
- The system tray icon can now be hidden to reduce system tray clutter or to
prevent other users to edit the hotkeys.
- Improved the system tray icon behavior.
- Bug Fix: Missing spaces in auto-type text.
- Added password protection to prevent others from changing the hotkeys.
(Suggested by Jeremy Fox)
- Added sending TAB or ENTER after autotyping text. (Suggested by Jeremy Fox)
1,0,0,1 (Release in Oct 2003)
- First release of the software.
Unlimited number of hotkeys can be added.
Each hotkey can be easily configured to execute an event which can be:
activating power saving and shutdown functions
cleaning up the PC
controlling Windows Media Player
running a program
running a control panel applet
opening a file
for editing, printing etc.
exploring a drive or folder
visiting a website
sending or remapping keyboard keys
sending command to window
Option to prompt for event parameter when running a program. This allows you to enter the required parameter only at the moment when you activate the hotkey.
Useful sample hotkeys available out of the box for your use.
Support drag and drop of file or shortcut into
the application window to immediately create a hotkey.
Personalize background image. Just drag and drop image onto the application to change the background image.
Always on top option.
Minimize to system tray option.
Auto-snap to side of the desktop option.
Fully downward compatible with the older software: Hotkeys!!